Headlights Kush Auto is an automatic flowering strain spawned by combining OG Kush x Original Haze, Northern Lights, and an Unknown Ruderalis. It was created by Emerald Triangle and adapts well whether grown indoors or outdoors. Though it leans more on the sativa side, it produces an excellent amount of resins.
The hybrid strain brings out the best of its parents’ aroma and flavor. It exhibits OG Kush earthy lemon notes, Original Haze’s signature sweetness and spicy, plus Northern Lights’ sour skunkiness. It presents more of its sativa genes with its energizing, happy high. Like real headlights, it enlightens the mind by erasing negative vibes and replacing it with pure happiness. It levels up motivation, productivity, and creativity. Users will start to feel more giggly and inspired.
As with other sativa dominant strains, Headlights Kush Auto is good for managing anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, chronic stress, thus making it great for patients who have been struggling with bipolar disorder and PTSD. The heightened focus helps patients with attention span disorders, like those diagnosed with ADD and ADHD. With its potency, it induces cravings, which makes it totally great for those who are struggling with appetite loss.
If you are not worried about having a cottonmouth, irritated eyes, and arid throat since these are usual in potent strains, you must worry about increased anxiety, lethargy, mild drowsiness, paranoia, and nausea that this strain can induce if smoked in excessive amounts. As a precaution, make sure you keep yourself hydrated with no less than water. Caffeinated beverages are not advised. You also have to restrain yourself no matter how delicious the strain is.
The strain can grow bushy though it has sativa dominance. Thus, it is perfect for Sea of Green (SOG) growing. It will love a lot of light intensity. If you are cultivating it indoors, the perfect light exposure should be within 18 to 20 hours every day. Flowering happens after germination, which is usually around the 3rd or 4th week. It also responds well to LST or Low Stress Training.